If you have a business, the reason that youâ€™re in the business is to make money. This means that youâ€™re looking at every aspect of operation and question whether or not itâ€™s efficient, self sufficient, and moving towards a direction that is going to put more money in your pockets at the same time that itâ€™s going to be offering the community around you a service or product that they desire.
In the end, your business will be run by your rules and your particular attitudes about a subject or way of life will be evident in the mission statement and action of your entity as a whole. Of course, there are rules you must follow that are put in place by the country in which your business resides, but apart from legal and government matters, how you run your business is your business and nobody elses.
This means youâ€™ll have a lot of decisions to make, especially pertaining to employees. What kind of people are you going to be hiring? Will you be a company that hires people for the purpose of giving them a second chance? Whether or not this is the case, youâ€™ll have to figure out how youâ€™re going to handle employees you know are prone to addiction. Which really could be any of your employees. Here are some things you can do if youâ€™re in question of this particular issue:
Partner With A Rehab Center
If youâ€™re a company who wants to see your employees thrive because you know that their lives are just as important to you and the overall success of your enterprise, then itâ€™s in your best interest to think about partnering with or at least being informed about rehab centers around you so that when you have an employee who needs help, you can get them the primary care that they need.
Sure, this isnâ€™t a requirement, but when you put so much into your employees to train them and youâ€™re trying to build a name and brand for yourself that will last, caring for your employees will help with that mission.
Actually Do the Drug Tests
Most businesses will have drug tests that they say will be performed on employees randomly, but the amount of places that actually enforce the drug tests are few and far between. Perhaps the reason is because the companies don’t want to know.
They need the manpower and there are just too many people messing around with stuff that it seems impossible to find a workforce that doesnâ€™t use drugs, but when you actually enforce the drugs tests, people will be forced to make a choice. Do drugs and be jobless, or donâ€™t do drugs and have a way of supporting for yourself.